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Command Staff

Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh

Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh was appointed as Rutherford County sheriff Jan. 12, 2017 by the Rutherford County Commission.

He joined the Sheriff’s Office in 1994 as a patrol officer and soon trained new deputies. He served as a patrol sergeant, lieutenant and captain. He supervised the communications, records and warrants divisions. He earned the Rutherford County Crime Stoppers’ Officer of the Year.

Fitzhugh started out his career at BellSouth where he rose in the ranks to serve as manager of marketing, corporate and community affairs, personnel and business marketing where he prepared and managed a $5 million budget.

He is a graduate of Central High School in Murfreesboro. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from Middle Tennessee State University.

Fitzhugh volunteered at the Rutherford County Rescue Squad and served as the director for four years.

He and his wife, Janice, have six children and 16 grandchildren. He is a member of First Baptist Church in Murfreesboro.

Fitzhugh is an active support of MTSU football and men’s and women’s basketball. He enjoys reading and lake activities.

Chief Deputy Keith Lowery

Keith D. Lowery serves as Deputy Chief of the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office.

Chief Deputy Lowery started his law enforcement career in 1987 as a corrections deputy and patrol deputy at the Sheriff’s Office. He joined Smyrna Police Department as a patrol officer in 1990, working his way up to captain of the Special Services Division. He previously served as the Information Services Division Director at the Sheriff’s Office and Assistant Chief of Police at La Vergne Police Department. “I endeavor to help the Sheriff’s Office continue to progress,” Lowery said. “I want to move people in a common direction, to assist in completing projects and to undertake any unforeseen challenges. It is my vision to maintain and expand the rapport with the other public safety agencies and to continue to grow in my career as a servant within public safety.”

His responsibilities include direct command of the Communications Division and the Information Technology Division. He will supervise Criminal Investigations, Patrol, Special Enforcement Bureau, Detention, School Resource Officers, Warrants and Records, Communications and Judicial/Court Security Divisions.

Chief Deputy Lowery is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command and Oakland High School. He completed FBI LEEDA Trilogy training and received honors as Smyrna Police Department’s Officer of the Year and Crime Stoppers’ Officer of the Year.

Deputy Chief Egon Grissom

    Deputy Chief Egon Grissom joined the Rutherford County Sheriffs Office in 1995 after retiring from the United States Air Force after his career as a Law Enforcement Specialist and Investigator.  He worked his way through the ranks becoming a sergeant in the patrol division in 1998.  He was assigned to the Narcotics Unit in 2003 and became the lieutenant of the unit in 2006. 

In October 2012, he was promoted to captain over the Patrol Division, major in February 2014, and deputy chief in February 2017.  Deputy Chief Grissom is responsible for overseeing the Patrol Division, Warrants and Records Division, Criminal and Civil Warrants, Judicial Services Unit, Training Unit, S.W.A.T, Criminal Investigations Division, the School Resource Officers and the Community Services Unit.

 Deputy Chief Grissom has been with the Sheriff’s Office for 22 years and has 39 years of law enforcement experience with numerous management and leadership schools, including the Southern Police Institute’s Management of a Small Law Enforcement Agency and Chief Executive Leadership Course. He is a graduate of the 132nd Administrative Officers Course at the University of Louisville. 

    Deputy Chief Grissom has been married for 38 years and has two children and two grandchildren.        

Deputy Chief Bernard Salandy

Bernard Salandy was named deputy chief of the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center in January 2017.

He worked at the New York Department of Corrections before joining the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center in 1995. He was promoted to superintendent of the county’s Correctional Work Center in 2010.

Salandy organized faith-based programs and expanded community involvement at both the detention center and work center. The programs benefit inmate rehabilitation and successful re-entry of inmates after release.

Salandy is a certified National Institute of Corrections Jail Administrator, an American Correctional Association Professional and a Tennessee Corrections Institute Certified Instructor.

Chief Deputy for Administration Preble Acton

Chief Deputy for Administration Preble Acton supervises the finance and budget and the administrative staff, including payroll and human resources. She also supervises the Evidence Unit.

Acton has more than 30 years of experience in law enforcement at the Sheriff’s Office and Juvenile Detention. She worked as a patrol deputy and later served as commander of the Criminal Investigations Division at the Sheriff’s Office where she handled budget matters. She managed the Drug Control Fund and the Federal Assets Forfeiture Fund.

She earned her master’s degree in professional studies in May 2010. She completed the FBI National Academy in 1999 and the Southern Police Institute’s Administrative Officers’ Course in 2006. She attended numerous professional courses.

She implemented the Domestic Violence Investigative Unit in 2000 to concentrate on crimes against children and families. She composed and implemented the computerized case management system in 1999.

Major Bill Sharp

ajor Bill Sharp started his law enforcement career with Woodbury Police Department in 1991 and transferred to Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office in July 1993.

Sharp served in the Patrol Division for three years before being promoted to detective in 1996. Sharp has also worked in Marine Patrol and Mounted Patrol units as extra assignments.

Sharp has been a supervisory Sgt. in CID, Lt. in Narcotics, Criminal Warrants and Patrol divisions. He returned to CID as a lieutenant in July 2007 to oversee and investigate Cold Case Homicides and other felonies.

Sharp was promoted to major over Criminal Investigations Division in 2012 and is currently Assistant Chief. Assistant Chief Sharp is responsible for overseeing the Criminal Investigations, Narcotics, and the Adult Detention Center.

He earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from Middle Tennessee State University in 1992. Sharp graduated from the 234th session of the FBI National Academy in September 2008 and graduated Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command Class # 332 in 2012 and University of Louisville Southern Police Institute SPI AOC Class # 132 in 2014.

Sharp has received training in areas such; budget preparation, ethics in law enforcement, legal issues, future law enforcement trends, behavioral science, forensic science, understanding terrorism/terrorist mindsets, leadership, communication, incident command, advanced death investigations, interview and interrogation, crime scene investigations and health/fitness.

Major Steve Spence

Major Steve Spence supervises the Patrol, Warrants/Records and Judicial Services Divisions of the Sheriff’s Office.

He joined the Sheriff’s Office 30 years ago as a detention deputy. He rose through the ranks to patrol deputy, field training officer, sergeant, lieutenant, captain and major in the Patrol Division.

Spence has served as a field training officer, physical fitness instructor, chemical weapons instructor, tactical team member, tactical commander, incident command instructor, Crisis Intervention Team instructor and the Rutherford County Chairman for Homeland Security District 5.

He completed the FBI LEEDA Executive Command Leadership Course in 2016. He has completed numerous specialized schools such as the Regional Collaboration Course, the Basic Terrorism Liaison Officer Course and Leadership Skills for Challenging Times.